*Must be 18+ years of ageMud on the Mountain IN THE DARK Registration >>
*Exclusive opportunity - only 1,500 people will be admitted to this special event.
*Registration for November's Mud on the Mountain closes on Sunday, October 27, 2013 at midnight
*Must be 18+ years of ageMud on the Mountain Registration >>
*Registration for Mud on the Mountain in the Dark closes on Sunday, August 11, 2013 at midnight
Look for the return of some of your favorite obstacles at both events, as well as some outrageous new ones tailored to the particular Mud on the Mountain.
We are going to add some more great obstacles to the May version of Mud on the Mountain and we are going to add more MUD to everything. We plan to offer more than 20 chances for you to test your strength and get filthy in the process. Details to come.
For the August 17 event, packet pick-up will be from 5-9 p.m. on Aug. 17. For the November 2 event, packet pick-up will be open 5-10 p.m., Fri., Nov. 1, and 6 a.m., Sat., Nov. 2, in Festival Hall. Please remember to bring both an ID and a signed copy of your waiver with you. You can download a pdf of the waiver here. Please plan on arriving at least an hour before your wave.
Visitor passes will be for sale at the event, allowing family members and spectators to travel to the top of the course via the chair lifts. The $10 passes are free with any on-resort lodging.
We have parking for thousands of cars on the mountain. Help the environment, and help ease the congestion on the mountain, by riding with a friend. If you are staying with us on the mountain you will have reserved parking near the hotel.
No needs to worry about where to stash your dry clothes or your camera while you are slogging though the toughest seven miles of your life. We will keep your stuff nice and dry in our bag check area.
To make sure you get the most out of your weekend including early registration Friday night and the Recovery Party on Saturday, plan to spend the weekend at Seven Springs Mountain Resort!
Special room rates are available. Please call 866-437-1300 and ask for the Mud on the Mountain rate.
After pushing your body to its limits, you will need to celebrate your accomplishments and unwind. Stick around after the event for the Recovery Party at the Foggy Goggle! Trade battle stories with your comrades, show off your battle wounds, and enjoy the cold beverages or the Recovery Buffet and live entertainment!
Clean out your closet and bring your gently used clean ski and snowboard gear to Mud on the Mountain, August 17, 2013. We will be gathering your coats, gloves, pants, hats and more to benefit two amazing organizations – the Wounded Warrior Patrol and the Somerset County Salvation Army!
The Wounded Warrior Patrol was formed based on the desire to pay it forward to our wounded warriors of this generation, as well as to their family members, by encouraging their participation in our winter sports program. Every February, Seven Springs rolls out the red carpet for a group of soldiers and their families for a getaway at the resort featuring skiing and snowboarding, lessons, special spa services, celebratory dinners and more. Many of these great men and women and their families have never skied or snowboarded before, so your donations are needed to keep them warm as they try out a new sport.
From family tracing to disaster response, The Salvation Army offers a wide variety of services worldwide. Your donations will be delivered to the Salvation Army of Somerset County so they can be given to needy families and homeless men and women in the region.
Seven Springs is proud to be an economically vital and compassionate part of our community. We support out local charities that work to improve the quality of life for our neighbors and out communities.
Over the past three years, Seven Springs has supported and developed relationships throughout the local community, including Somerset, Fayette, and Westmoreland counties, as well as the Pittsburgh region. Seven Springs Mountain Resort supports many non-profit and civic organizations through considerable charitable and community efforts, specifically charitable giving, merchandise and ticket donations, and volunteer efforts.
Seven Springs directly participates in and supports a number of important initiatives. For instance, since 2006, the resort has contributed to 1,104 community organizations ranging from:
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